08:07 AM ET 09.11 | Damien Woody certainly knows his way around the AFC East, and in his role as a television analyst, had been an offseason believer in a rejuvenated Buffalo team. He predicted they would make the playoffs because he thought free-agent defensive end Mario Williams was that influential, that dominant. But after what Woody witnessed from Williams in Sunday's season-opening 48-28 loss to the Jets, he's not sure what to think anymore. "Mario had no effect on the game. None. Zero." said Woody. ... In the Bills' locker room after the game, Williams complained that replacement officials kept ignoring [Austin Howard's] hands being jabbed in Williams' face. "For him to blame replacement officials as the reason he got dominated [Sunday], I think that's pathetic."